12 Disruptors Playlist: Ten Tunes for Transformation

  • Ten Tunes of Transformation Playlist

12 Disruptors Playlist: Ten Tunes for Transformation

Ten Tunes for Transformation

A playlist for healthcare transformation

Compiled by Steve Klasko

Communication Breakdown (Led Zeppelin)
Because most readmissions occur because of the lack of communication between hospitalists, family physicians and the patient

Sorry Seems To Be the Hardest Word (Elton John)
Because apology is an important best practice after medical errors despite advice physicians often receive to decrease communication after a mistake is made.

Everything Has Changed (Taylor Swift)
What many conservatives feel since Obamacare was implemented.

strong>Painting Pictures (Adele)
Because the doctor of the future will need to develop greater observation, creative and communication skills.

Changes (David Bowie)
2016: We will miss him. “So I turned my face to face me, but I never caught a glimpse,” because real change in healthcare occurs when we look at ourselves.

Crossroads (Eric Clapton)
Because given the external access, quality and cost pressures, health systems are at a fork in the road and staying the same is not an option

Every Beat of My Heart (Gladys Knight)
In honor of every hospital with a cardiovascular surgery department who sponsors a state fair with corn dogs and funnel cakes

Bad Medicine (Bon Jovi)
In honor of an optimistic future where drug development is encouraged and drug pricing is consistent and affordable.

I Can’t Get No Satisfaction (Rolling Stones)
For all our citizens who receive inconsistent or unequal healthcare because of their race, religion, sexual orientation or socioeconomic status.

Wouldn’t It Be Nice (The Beach Boys)
… if this book, the twelve disruptors and the collaborative healthcare platform were real.